“They used it…to divide our communities and divide our country.”
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All played a part in forming the new Tory appeal that has made major inroads into the working class, Wales and provinical England.
Winning more support means looking to the Party’s right as well as its left – to use crude but efficient terms.
Johnson is a self-described “Brexity Hezza” and now has the chance to mould a Party and country in his own romantic image.
We placed our trust in Johnson. Whatever happens on Thursday, he has kept faith with us – and with Britain.
A Black, sorry, Red Swan may carry him off. But in less than six months he has rescued the Conservatives, and is on the brink of delivering the referendum mandate.
The Brexit Party will win 13-14% of the vote in Thursday’s election despite what the opinion polls say, he predicts.
It could have been so different. He should have withdrawn his troops from all but a few seats in which the Tories had no chance of winning.
Annunziata Rees-Mogg and three other leading Brexit Party MEPs say ‘Vote Conservative to get Brexit done’
They are unimpeachably dedicated Brexiteers, who have stuck their necks out time and again for their beliefs. Any wavering Leave voters should heed their message.
His ‘Contract with the People’ makes an effort to stake out some new territory for the People’s Army, but he faces an uphill climb.
Farage’s decision to stand down some Brexit Party candidates seems to have been the most impactful development of this election week.
A fisherman from the Ajax, and other Leavers, want to know that Johnson will not let them down.
We ask you to follow the logic of your leader’s position – and stand down in order both to deliver Brexit and avoid a Corbyn Government.
There has been no agreement between the two parties. And the whole thrust of our campaign is to colonise the centre ground, not retreat from it.
His shift on candidates now acknowledges that a hung Parliament would be a bad thing. It follows that pro-Brexit voters in tight contests should back the Tories.
Farage says that he decided yesterday not to risk strengthening the pro-Remain presence in the next Parliament.